The Hungry Tide by Valerie WoodThe first winner of the Catherine Cookson Prize, this is a family saga set on the Yorkshire coast at the turn of the 18th century. For generations, a stubborn population of farmers and fishermen has struggled against the encroachments of the sea that is the background to their lives.
In the slums of Hull, at the turn of the eighteenth century, lived Will and Maria Foster, constantly fighting a war against poverty, disease and crime. Will was a whaler, wedded to the sea, and when tragedy struck, crippling him for life, it was John Rayner, nephew of the owner of the whaling fleet, who was to rescue the family. Will had saved the boys life on an arctic voyage and they were offered work and a home on the headlands of Holderness, on the estate owned by John Rayners wealthy family. And there, Wills third child was born -- Sarah, a bright and beautiful girl who was to prove the strength of the family.
As John watched Sarah grow into a serene and lovely woman, he became increasingly aware of his love for her, a love that was hopeless, for the gulf of wealth and social standing between them made marriage impossible. Against the background of the sea, the wide skies of Holderness, and the frightening crumbling land that meant so much to them, their love story was played out to its final climax.
(followed by Children of the Tide)
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Naturally its where I would film the first episode of the programme. As some of you may know I studied in London last year, and all that hand work has resulting in receiving my Masters in Television Journalism on the 30th of January. Because of this I will already be in the UK, so it works out perfectly. What the travel expenses will include either renting a vehicle or buying a month long tube pass for me and one crew member to get around to shooting locations, if there are any locations outside of Central London the funds will help with accommodations as well. The equipment rentals and insurance are just that. I will be renting a basic camera kit. This will include the camera, a tripod, a handheld rig, lights, and wireless microphones, as well as the full purchase price of a external hard drive to save and store the footage.
Henry Thoreau writings in Walden reflect his reflections on modernity and industrialization. Thoreau specifically focuses on representing the damages or the negative effects of modernity in ordinary lives. He was also part of the movement Transcendentalism that began in that emphasizes meditation and close relationship with the spirits of nature. This ideology led Thoreau to create what we today call field trip to encourage his students to develop a different way of learning. We are determined to be starved before we are hungry. This is needed no matter how fast a society is moving. I think that there are very few important communications made through it.
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When James Smith, or Scouwa, had been some years among the Indians, he was in a winter camp with two of his adopted brothers. The younger of these, with his family, went away to another place. Scouwa was left with the older brother and his little son. The older brother was a very wise Indian. He had thought much about many things. He talked to his young white brother on many subjects, and James always remembered him as a great man. The wise Indian was now suffering from rheumatism.